Explore Engineering Summer Program-FAQ
What is the benefit of attending this summer program?
The material covered in this one week program is the same as that which is presented in GENENG 1030 Introduction to Engineering Projects – a required course for all engineering majors at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
How does a student submit the required transcript?
An official high school transcript is required. Contact your high school to request this.
NOTE: Home schooled students must provide official transcripts from the school(s) attended and/or a transcript of courses taken at home and grades signed by the individual providing the education verifying the curriculum.
Does the student have to attend all days of the program?
Yes, students must attend all the days of the program.
Does the student have to complete all homework?
Yes. All homework assignments and projects must be completed prior to leaving the event in order for the student to receive credit and a final grade.
What is the student’s grade based on?
The student’s grade is based on participation and completion of all assignments and projects.
How are the students notified of their grades?
A letter is mailed to the student upon completion of the course.
How is the credit earned and what is the student’s grade based on?
One credit is earned and the student’s grade is based on successful completion of all assignments and projects.
Would the student’s credit transfer to another university or institution?
Credit transferability is at the discretion of the university or institution to which the student is applying.
Will the student receive a 1098T?
No. This is a summer program similar to a camp.
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